mikewest

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  1. HERE is my "ORIGINAL 1920s" Buick thermometer . Its wood and only hing in my house before that it was wrapped up in a linen closet for at least 7 decades. Mike West Livonia NY
  2. It was wrapped up in a linen closet most of its like It was new as far as I can tell in mid 1920s . Id sell it but not for chump change. Any idea what it would bring. Its guaranteed old and original. Just like NOS PERFECT. Throw a number out there what ypou would think. Thanks Mike
  3. Here is a perfect original made of wood. It was given to me my a man that his daddy worked there. Its never been hung outside . Its from Rochester NY , and Ive seen where the dealership was.
  4. Rochester NY dealer service . This is a perfect original piece
  5. John, There aren't many Ford LTD cars on the road anymore..... smile...
  6. I want a price on moving a mid sized 1966 car that runs and drives with brakes . Please respond here or email to mawest729@gmail.com Thanks Mike
  7. When I bought my Auburn Phaeton the old man gave me news letters from way back. Is there any interest in them . I think these were printed by Bill Kinsman in Buffalo. Very affordable. Mike 585 738 1541
  8. I really like the split windshield! It must of been home brew made?
  9. This is a 6 cyl 1928 I sold about 5 years ago. It wasn't a big car like the one shown.
  10. OFFER $500.00 That's plenty for that mess.
  11. Thanks for this info. Ill be looking for them. Mike
  12. OK Buddy ... I was shaving some fun with you. Mike (smiling)
  13. My thoughts are you overthink too many things. Its a old car... not heart surgery. Ive had several tanks (model T ford speedsters ) with pressurized tanks . I put some pipe dope on the threads and tighten it up. Done and fine.....
  14. I have a plumbing house next door to me that has beeni business since the 1950s. They have old stuff . What sizes are you thinking 3/8 pipe? Ill find out what he has in brass I used 1/2 inch pipe on my Mitchell. For the fuel out of the tank and 1/4 inch pipe to pressurize the tank . Ill send pics ofmy tank. Mike
  15. Al go to a plumbing supply co an buy a flange plate with the pipe thread size you need . I drill 4 holes in them and rivot/ sweat them in place. They look great and are authentic. Make sure to get in brass and you shape the flange part to fit the radius of your tank.
  16. If its solid, its replacement . The originals were a stamping and even have a very small L or R stamped in them to ID the side. My source of knowledge is a original 32 8-100 A phaeton and a 32 8-100 A sedan.
  17. In its stripped out present state , would be much help to anyone. (In my opinion)
  18. Somebody in the Auburn club reproduces that trim. Gilliland maybe? Call Mike Samson 847 987 2928 Tell them what side you need . Maybe Jay Engler in ACD club has it
  19. Selling this clean coilbox . It has a stamped date on the back 1911.(see pictures) The switch works smooth , the case is in nice condition and the brass is all good. All Ive done to it is wipe it down with Lemon Pledge... Still has the paper label under top. Price $300.00 and you pay the shipping. It wll fit in a Large USPS Flat Rate box. I think they are under $20.00 . The last thre pictures are of a different coilbox with good switch Ill sell for $125.00 .Its a KOKOMO box I think.... But can check if any interest. Mike West 585 738 1541 or email mawest729@gmail.com
  20. Update, I found this Hudson. Its happy in the windy city with a Chicago police man. It has a good home and maybe someday if he tires of it, I may get a chance to get it back.
  21. Martin I have a good supply of the Pontiac insert bearings that were used in the con rods if you need them.I think there is a Toyota application as well.
  22. Look into these pictures and you will see a Truffault Hartford wrench plus others . Some of these are from Pierce Arrow cars. If any of these early wrench's interest you., email me Mike 585 738 1541
  23. I have a friend in NY that will make it for you, he has the bead roller and rolls , a expert man. Call Ray Hedger at 315 684 9007